Review: Andraste

Issue one:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art – pages 1-8 by Unai Ortiz de Zarale, pages 9-22 Abel Cicero
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

Issue two:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art by Abel Cicero
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

Issue 2.5:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art by Francesca Fantini
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

Issue three:
Written by Honor Vincent
Art – pages 1-10 by Abel Cicero, 11-21 by George Quadros, 22-31 by Carlos Nieto
Color by DC Alonso
Lettered by Micah Myers

“In first-century Britain, a family wages war against the Roman empire in defense of their home, their future, and each other.”

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Review: Once & Future #17

Writer: Kieron Gillen
Artist: Dan Mora
Colors: Tamra Bonvillain
Letters: Ed Dukeshire

A standoff between Duncan, Galahad, and Lancelot is all that’s preventing the Otherworld and our world from colliding… but only one of them can be the greatest knight and Duncan better hope it’s him.”

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Review: Once & Future #14

Writer: Kieron Gillen
Artist: Dan Mora
Colors: Tamra Bonvillain
Letters: Ed Dukeshire

Gran, Duncan and Rose are on a new quest to learn more about Merlin’s plan when they come face-to-face with another mysterious knight of legend.
But if they want to track down the powerful Nimue and stay one step ahead of their enemy, it seems the trio will need to play this knight’s game, whether they like it or not…

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Review: Once & Future #12

Writer: Kieron Gillen
Artist: Dan Mora
Colors: Tamra Bonvillain
Letters: Ed Dukeshire

The veil between the Otherworld and the human world is thin, and as the story changes around Duncan and Gran, each foe becomes harder to defeat…and predict. They may be holding the line, but enemies both new and old are closing in fast, and even Gran and Duncan may not be prepared for what’s next!

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Review: Vlad Dracul #2

Writer: Matteo Strukul

Artist: Andrea Mutti

In order to protect his land and his country’s children from slavery at the hands of the Ottoman Empire, a fate that he knows too well as he suffered as one of those child slaves, Vlad launches an attack at Targoviste with twenty-four thousand knights changing the tide of the war. With morale low after this crushing defeat, Mehmet II the Conqueror, reveals his secret weapon, Radu, Vlad’s own brother, turning this crusade from a religious to a fratricidal war.

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